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Date:      Sat, 15 Feb 2020 11:14:46 +0100
From:      Ralf Mardorf <>
Subject:   Re: Technological advantages over Linux
Message-ID:  <20200215111446.464284f0@moonstudio>
In-Reply-To: <20200215104341.2d39afc1@moonstudio>
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On Sat, 15 Feb 2020 10:43:41 +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>On Sat, 15 Feb 2020 10:33:23 +0100, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote:
>>Anno domini 2020 Sat, 15 Feb 13:56:41 +0700
>> Victor Sudakov scripsit:  
>>> Polytropon wrote:    
>>> > 
>>> > Additionally, there's systemd-homed to re-invent home directories.
>>> > I'm not sure if there will be systemd-linuxd and systemd-kerneld
>>> > to re-invent everything else. ;-)    
>>> "Among the items being explored by systemd-homed are JSON-based user
>>> records,"
>>> What's next, systemd-registryd?    
>>IMO that has already been implemented in GNOME3.  
>That's utter nonsense. The dark humour of Linux soon or later suffering
>from a systemd-registryd, referring to MS Windows, has absolutely
>nothing to do with dconf/gsettings, let alone that FreeBSD as well as
>Linux users suffer from dconf/gsettings when using bloatware such as
>GNOME. Btw. before dconf, gconf already was present. This bloatware
>nonsense isn't new and not related to the used operating system.

PS: How to make something simple very complicated:

However, this does affect FreeBSD as well as Linux and is completely
unrelated to the used init system.

GNOME probably requires tons of services started by systemd-units on
Linux, but the same services needs to be started on FreeBSD, too. The
culprit isn't systemd, it's neither FreeBSD or Linux.

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